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in sabine joining us on the telephone from italy. what more could you tell us on this announcement the pope will be resigning february 28? >> it appears the pope made the announcement himself but the information is very, very sketchy. of course, this is really big news. having a poker resign is something we have not seen for hundreds and hundreds of years. it appears the pope gave the announcement in latin. that is all we have a moment. we are obviously going to be following this story very closely indeed to see how things develop. >> i understand information just coming in, and very scarce at the moment. but any idea as to why he is going to resign? and why he has made this announcement? >> at the moment, we have no idea of whatsoever why he decided to resign and why he made the announcement at this time. we do not know if it has anything to do with problems he may have to do with his help. whether -- health. whether he believes the time has come for somebody else to replace him. whether there are some interior motives within the church hierarchy for this. at the moment, no motivation what
consider him working for the industry ever again. >> gma weekend anchor dan harris with us back from italy. this captain is on the eve of learning his own fate. >> captain schettino will be learning of his fate. causing a wreck and abandoning the ship. he could be looking at life in prison. >> abc's dan harris. >>> still much more ahead on "world news" this saturday night -- seeing double and now seeing red. look at these two ring. one from tiffany and the other from costco. >>> and later here from gidget to forrest gump's mom, sally field revealing what happened that suddenly changed her performance. she knows you like no one else. and you wouldn't have it any other way. but your erectile dysfunction - you know, that could be a question of blood flow. cialis tadalafil for daily use helps you be ready anytime the moment's right. you can be more confident in your ability to be ready. and the same cialis is the only daily ed tablet approved to treat ed and symptoms of bph, like needing to go frequently or urgently. tell your doctor about all your medical conditions and medications, and ask i
" weekend anchor dan harris with us back from italy. dan, you were pointing out that this captain is on the eve of learning his own fate. >> captain schettino will be pretty nervous right now. a judge is expected to rule on whether to charge him on causing a wreck and abandoning ship. the man they call chicken of the sea, he could be looking at life in prison. >> abc's dan harris. >>> still much more ahead on "world news" this saturday night -- seeing double and now seeing red. look at these two rings. one from tiffany's and the other from costco. but, did they call it a tiffany ring? and is that big box store in trouble tonight? >>> and later on the broadcast, from gidget to forrest gump's mom, sally field revealing what happened to her in real life during "lincoln" that suddenly changed her performance for good. she knows you like no one else. and you wouldn't have it any other way. but your erectile dysfunction - you know, that could be a question of blood flow. cialis tadalafil for daily use helps you be ready anytime the moment's right. you can be more confident in your abili
replaces tim geithner. italy's elections for prime minister contributed to market moves in the u.s. the stock market was shaken by yesterday's news from italy that italian democratic leader pier luigi bersani shot ahead in exit polls. bersani's party opposes austerity measures, which brought fear back into the minds of u.s. investors, many concerned that italy's current debt load poses a threat to the eurozone and global economy. bersani is the secretary of the democratic party of italy. italy's outgoing prime minister, mario monti, accounted for just around 10% of the vote. "bp was blinded by greed" and the castrophe was preventable. that's what attorneys figthing against the company had to say opening their remarks in the bp trial. bp attorneys contend multiple parties are responsible. the oil giant is on trial for thde explosion in the gulf of mexico back on april of 2010. 11 workers were killed and oil gushed into into the ocean for 3 months. behind the scenes, the department of jusitice reportedly has a $16- billion deal on the table. $6 billion would settle the clean water a
joins us live from little italy. >> good morning. pretty quiet right now. temperatures on the chilly side. more details on the potential for snow in a little bit. i am live in little italy this morning. you guys have been listed as one of the most romantic cities. >> thank you a very much. we try to provide a romantic dining experience. we pick you up with a limousine and take you back. we have long stemmed red roses for the ladies. everybody will receive a $25 gift certificate to use at a future visit. >> good to know. people probably have to make reservations. >> it is best to make reservations. >> you're saying how late people have to eat just to get a spot. >> they will be here at midnight. >> you have some specials sitting out. >> this is our signature dish, lobster tetrazzini. we also have the veal chop with rosemary. we have beautiful heart-shaped cookies will serve with cappuccino. lime dessert. >> this is amazing. you are putting in a special thech for valentine's day, flowers or the gift certificate. you can hear the music as well. >> getting a live, private serenade. you a
particular state, the status of the recall universal human rights such silence takes us from renaissance italy to global politics. the book, the independence of nations it invokes one to describe what he calls a jumble of world politics. he says if god does not exist than anything is permitted. in these circumstances people ought to act out of self-interest even if it leads to crime. this is the true definition about states at their worst they are beast that runs a jumble of realpolitik is kidding when they're hungry but no paying laws of the nature were they have the terrible words to ring true anything is permitted. to read "the prince" to dave for it -- forces us to think of machiavelli in the global context in the jungle of world politics. it may mean a slowdown milosevic employed on serbia. mass murder deportation, rape as a strategy of war, political assassination, it may make us question the grounds on which we claim they are crimes against humanity. reading "the prince" may put us in my national security invasion of iraq, water boarding, a drone strikes, the readers have passed s
instability. >> the in decision in italy sent european stocks lower. our correspondence sent us this report from the frankfurt stock exchange. >> a lot of tension with traders in the frankfurt exchange. nobody really finding it very humorous what is happening in italy, and it shows dramatically what happens when a country gets in trouble, and it shows how quickly that can happen and how seriously the problems can run. nobody here really knows what to expect in the next couple of weeks with that stalemate in italy. it shows that the euro sovereign debt crisis is not over, and the effects are quite dramatic as well. there are serious share price losses across the board, especially in the financial sector, not just for italian financials but also for the german ones. people are now hoping that it does not affect the euro too much in the next couple of weeks. what is being sought after is a safe haven. people are finding it in german government bonds. >> we stay in europe where it is sharply lower on the day for the dax. about 2.25% lower, all down to that uncertainty in italy. over in new york
balloon crash. they said they had turned things around, but now people will not believe them. us from luxor.or thanks so much. >> financial markets responded badly today to the political vacuum in italy. there are still no results from the weekend's election. and whichever one is the winner, it is likely to be too weak to lead. the party that got the most votes refuses to take part to form a coalition government. correct emergency meetings were held at the italian prime minister's office -- >> the emergency meetings were held up the italian prime minister's office today after the election deadlock. there was right at the prospect of political instability. after a night of waiting, it became apparent that neither the center left nor the center- right could form a stable government. it was 24 hours after the polls closed that the leaders of the center-left, pier luigi pazzani -- bersani, came out to face a dramatic situation. the problem, he said, with the remedy we came up with for the financial crisis. it was based on just austerity and rigor, and had a deep impact on public opinion.
with mr. grilliot and the economics minister today for consultations mid day in italy. and joining us from milan, steve sedgwick and julia chatterly, as well. good to see you both. i want to ask you this. do you think mario monti regrets the run and by doing this, how much support does the liberal economic reforms have? >> i think he regrets running for a multitude of reasons. he basically said he wasn't going to run and he did run. the campaign was pretty awful. i suspect he probably should have walked away back to academia or back to brussels. >> we talked about this, as well. i think he did what he thought was best for the country. he thought stepping away would leave them in a situation where -- >> and by the power thing, as well, you don't think he bought the headlines that a lot of us thought was a possible scenario, that he could have been the kingmaker for better sanny in the event of him being decisive in that upper house. >> that about power or is that about being essential to the reform process continuing? we know who has an influence on the further left party. >> and a second p
debate in his latest column. he wrote about his grandfather who came to the u.s. from southern italy and eventually lived out the american dream. you write in part this, about your grandfather who actually came here and worked up to own and run an italian market. >> that's right. >> like the 11 million illegal immigrants at the center of our current political debate, mauro bruni wasn't supposed to be here. he was trespassing in the country he came to love more fiercely than the one he'd left, the country in which his children and their children would lead highly productive lives, pay many millions of dollars in taxes over time and get to be a small part of the decision as voters about how we were going to treat his spiritual descendants. my grandfather and grandmother a deckers lina indeed wanted to wring america for all it was worth. that was selfish but very fruitful. their patriotism was all the stronger because america wasn't their birthright but their choice, their wager. they were invested in seeing it as the best possible decision, the only right call. it's an incredible story
-- still in italy, the election process enters the final few days. we hear from people who tell us it is all about the economy. >> just hours after two bomb attacks in the indian city killed at least 15 people, the indian government revealed it had received warnings of a general, but not specific attack over the past three days. more than 100 people were also injured as two separate bicycle bombs were detonated almost simultaneously in the city's market area. our correspondent in delhi, andrew north, says that india has been on high alert since it hanged the kashmiri separatist earlier this month. >> there were apparently some kind of warnings just two days ago. the indian home ministry saying that they received this information suggesting there could be attacks in several indian city, including hydrobad. that's get ago loft concerns, a lot of concerns whether prevented. now, what we understand was that it appeared to have all the hallmarks of a coordinated attack. two bombs set off in close succession, clearly designed to cause maximum casualties. now, the moment officials have no
are seeking to prevent and declared in come from leaving italy. from headquarters in rome, authorities keep close watch on luxury yachts, monitoring vessels in the ports. they found numerous owners who have failed to pay taxes. >> the finance police check tax returns for offenses that need to be prosecuted. we take legal action against any instance of tax evasion and then cover falsified statements in our drive to recover and declared revenue. >> customs officers at rome's main airport are not just on the lookout for illegal substances. they are also seeking cash. without assets cost the italian economy billions. >> we need to get a grip on tax evasion. sometimes it may look like a war. and it is a war. civilian society against tax evasion. >> but the war is also taking victims of modest means. the national tax collection agency makes money on tax evaders and uses aggressive their demands way hard on small businesses. the agency refuses to comment on its practices. the pressure has driven some to suicide. mario's business made aluminum fixtures. they're demanding not just back taxes but hig
to housing. from u.s. housing to italy, political chaos in italy sending shockwaves across european markets today. italy's market plunging 5%. major indexes from london to paris, they lost well over 1%, 2% on the cac and dark. comes as no party actually won enough votes to form a majority in italy's parliament, that means the leaders, former prime minister, silvio berlusconi, he is back, comedian turned politician and peair bersani have to govern together. mario can monty putting measures to try to get italy's economy back on track and could go out the window. tracy: was this one big vote against mama germany? we don't want you to tell us what to do? ashley: exactly. no one likes to pay taxes. they're paying taxes like greece. they want perlous scone any said, forget about it. you don't need to pay taxes. that is the italian way of life. that is quarter past. just after quarter past. time to check the markets. nicole petallides on the floor of the new york stock exchange where we go about every 15 minutes. still up trip mill digits, nicole. >> we're up erasing losses from yesterday. best bu
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by mario monti may have played a part in pulling italy back from the economic brink but it plunged the country into austerity, prolonging its worst recession in 20 years. boaters are now looking to the politicians to solve their problems. there are few promising answers. he looks at to win a shaky majority despite pledging to press ahead with austerity. it has at least pledge to pursue growth. there is no certainty that it will be able to govern with a free hand. its power potentially curtailed by a colorful cast of characters. in predictable fashion, berlusconi has already broken the silence impose some politicians at election time. >> they attacked me. it was based on nothing. nothing came of it. >> some may be won over by that. others will be enticed by the anti-establishment, anti- everything appeal from a comedian. with no experience in politics whatsoever. italy today, and that is the great strength. al jazeera, naples. >> that go live to al jazeera. how has turned not return out in so far? >> it has been a little bit lower as it was this time for the last election. not much.
points from all-time high. what happened to italy? >> i think the key point on italy now is that they had a successful bond auction and there is talk that ber sanny and berlusconi may make a deal and the one in third place, this is inside politics, but the hope is they may have a coalition. they don't want another election. hopefully, a little bit on the positive side. and the economic news in the united states. >> the economic news was getting better. but i think what monday tells us is an overreaction to the italian rey location, right? yes, an outcome that no one expected, but market around the world overreacted and bounced back. >> ecb said today that -- >> right. and yesterday afternoon mario monti said he wasn't going anywhere and would he continue to support -- >> this is an unforgiving market as well. even though major indexes are moving higher. when a company misses on earnings, think of groupon, which i always want to graul great poupon -- >> part of the reason, ty, big part, is that corporate earning, and you look at companies reported. and investment groups with paul hickey ov
. blackmailed by a network of male prostitutes. cnn international anchor, becky anderson, joining us live now from rome with more. becky, an emotional moment for catholics, for the pope. but all under this cloud of suspicion as well, right? >>. >> reporter: here in italy, storm clouds over vatican city, which is just behind me here. the spiritual and government seat of the roman catholic church. 1.3 billion catholics around the world. today, the pope, pope benedict xvi taking mass, it was his last public blessing. in st. peter's square for the tens of thousands who were gathered. but really the italian media absolutely abuzz with these allegations that a network of gay clerics may have made themselves vulnerable to blackmail, by male prostitutes. let me just tell you, fredricka, what the vatican has said. they've been very quick to rubbish these, ha they call rumors saying, and i quote, it's deplorable that as the time for the roman catholic church to elect a new pope approaches, they are talking of course about the conclave which will be mid march sometime. after the pope has resigned. a ras
in the conclave will be unprecedented with 11 from the u.s., second only to italy. there's growing interest in the possibility of an american successor, too. >> anything is possible. i think it's considered more likely than it has been in the past. there are no nominees, no primaries. it's just as likely that there would be someone who didn't appear on any of the lists at all. >> reporter: cardinals will be heading to rome in the coming days and will be there for pope benedict's final appearances. at washington's basilica, jennifer davis, fox news. >>> that mass is one of two special masses that will honor pope benedict. the first is today at 12:10 p.m. at saint matthew's cathedral. it honors the feast of the chair of st. peter, the first pope. then the one on sunday, the mass of thanksgiving for the current pope, is at about silica of the national shrine. >>> will the military's push to become more inclusive towards one group of people make it more discriminatory against another? >> and after the break, are you familiar with this little guy? he's getting more press and attention from the p
who used to head the los angeles diocese is eligible to vote but a prominent conservative from italy is now suggesting he stay home. that's a surprise. and so is the left leaning catholic group catholic united. >>> today is the deadline for lance armstrong to come clean about his use of performance hansing drugs to the u.s. doping agency. he could see the ban from cycling reduced. armstrong admits to using drugs throughout his career and told that to oprah winfrey and also claims he's clean now and wants to compete again. we'll be back with more on jansing and co. try fixodent. it helps create a food seal defense for a clean mouth and kills bacteria for fresh breath. ♪ fixodent, and forget it. ♪ at tyco integrated security, we consider ourselves business optihow?rs. by building custom security solutions that integrate video, access control, fire and intrusion protection. all backed up with world-class monitoring centers, thousands of qualified technicians, and a personal passion to help protect your business. when your business is optimized like that, there's no stopping you. we
long. it shouldn't take insity in italy for us to getack together. i'm so happy to see you. >> well you know --. melissa: go ahead. >> if insanity in italy brought us together, we would be on every day. we would be on every day. melissa: you're too good. you're too good. what do you make of everything that happened? >> well it's a very strange election. you called it must wrestling. that sounds right, the two top parties were less than half a percent apart. the winner was on the center left. he ran aggressive left berlusconi, who had been in power up until fairly recently. berlusconi finished surprisingly only a half-point behind. the number three person was a comedienne. melissa: yeah. grillo. pep pegrillo. >> and what he said, melissa, said they're essentially all thieves. throw all the bums out. a guy who was technocratic economist, who had been doing a good job in terms of runng the economy, he finished a distant fourth and clearly one of the things you can read, you can read two or three big things into this. the headline in one of the rome newspapers, the winner is ungovernability
"newsweek" and "the daily beast." barbie nadeau. tell us what the biggest newspaper in italy suggests is the real reason the pope is stepping down. >> there are reports that the pope is stepping down under pressure that he can't deal with an ongoing sex scandal. this is not the pedophile priest, church sex abuse scandal. it's an alleged gay priest ring in rome in which priests are being blackmailed by certain members of the secular community and that this is just too much for the pope to bear. supposedly three cardinals who were running an investigation into the leaked scandal when the pope's butler was accused of releasing documents to the press. they were running a tandem investigation and allegedly found these improprieties inside the vatican. >> do these rumors have any weight at all? i understand the newspapers are not naming the sources. >> no, the newspapers are not naming the sources. but in a city like rome, you're dealing with the vatican, these experts who deal with this very complicated beat -- i don't think anyone doubts that there's something to this. we do know that the
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here, larry - what is happening with italy or comments from fed chair ben bernanke? > > right now i think it is more about bernanke. we saw that yesterday with that bounce- back rally. it seems like the market seems to be looking around italy knowing it's going to be a long process, it's going to be choppy for the next several weeks, but it was definitely all about bernanke. > j.p. morgan's jaime dimon says that the banks will have too much capital in about two- and-a-half years. is it time for investors to bulk up on those banks? > > i do. i think so. they have gotten beaten up, and j.p. morgan is one of my favorites. i think people are starting to sell it because mortgage activity has gone flat. capital market activity hasn't been as good as expected, but long- term, it is a very, very good fundamental buy. > we are getting to the end of the month. what are you looking for from the jobs number? > > i am thinking the jobs number is going to be right at consensus, and that is going to be good, because that means we are making baby steps toward the recovery, although the unemployment
it from us. as for wall street, we're hoping to steal back some of the stock losses we had yesterday. maybe bounces back from the biggest sell-off since november. investors concerned about political deadlock following elections that could undermine the country's efforts to reform its economy. the dow once down by 216 points. nasdaq down by 45 and s&p 500 down by 27 points. ben bernanke will testify before the u.s. senate banking committee. investors are going to be watching if he gives any further indications about how long the fed intends to keep providing economic stimulus. also, you should expect new reports today about consumer confidence and the housing market. >>> in the meantime, the government started to sell the rest of its stake in general motors. in a report to congress, the treasury department says it sold more than $156 million worth of jm stock last month. the -- g.m. stock last month. the report says the government has recovered 29 of its nearly $46 billion bailout of g.m. >>> regulators are deciding whether to investigate a complaint about steering failure on the toyo
a delicacy in france and italy, where it is openly labeled and consumed. the u.s. secret service is investigating the apparent hacking of private emails from former presidents george h.w. bush and his son, george w. bush, and other family members. the "smoking gun" web site reported today that the hacker, known by the alias "guccifer," gained access to emails, as well as photos, phone numbers and addresses. another bush son, former florida governor jeb bush, called the hacking "outrageous". wall street finished the week on a positive note. the dow jones industrial average gained nearly 49 points to close just short of 13,993. the nasdaq rose more than 28 points to close near 3,194, a 12-year high. those are some of the day's major stories. now, back to judy. >> woodruff: we return to the civil war in syria, where activists say rebels clashed with government troops in damascus and shut down a highway out of the capital. meanwhile, in washington, there are new revelations of a split within the obama administration about what should be done about the conflict. ray suarez reports. >>
. >>> in nigeria, seven workers kidnapped from the work site where they worked. they are from italy, greece, lebanon. >>> in russia, 20,000 workers and 4300 pieces of equipment are being used to help in the massive cleanup of the damage called by friday's meteor. the size and power of that meteor's energy is much larger than they first thought. >>> back here in the states, thousands of pieces of kennedy history are going up on the auction black block in massachusetts. up for aubgdz, his bomber jacket. while most people run from snakes, hundreds of people in florida spent the next month actively looking for them as part of the python challenge to find the in vasive species. 1600 people took part in the hunt. most were not successful. only 68 pythons were captured. now back to the team that won, the largest 10'6" inches. >>. >> dill an is back with the next of the national forecast. >> you're scared because you think there is this whole conspiracy they're out to get you. >> i do. >> we are looking at snow in the northeast on top of last week's huge storm we could see four to six inches in bos
for the next year, louie gohmert. then our guest from italy, andrea, and our soloist, andrea bocelli. [applause] he sold more than 80 million records worldwide. last time i read in addition to songwriting, he plays nine instruments. this morning, he will play the most beautiful instrument god has created, the human voice. join me in welcoming our soloist, andrea but chellie -- bocelli. [applause] ♪ [singing in italian] ♪ [applause] >> good morning. in the jewish tradition, we are given and not only an english name, but hebron name. my hebrew name is isaiah. i was honored when mark asked me to read from the book of isaiah. this is isaiah 55:6-13. 6 the lord while he may be found. call on him while he is near. let the wicked forsake their ways and the unrighteous their thoughts. but then turned to the lord said that he may have mercy on them. to our god, for he will freely pardoned. for my thoughts are not your thoughts. neither are your ways my ways, declares the lord. as the heavens are higher than the earth, so are my ways higher than your ways. my thoughts, then your thoughts. as the rain
daily beast." barbie nado. tell us what the biggest newspaper in italy suggests is the real reason the pope is stepping down. >> there are reports that the pope is stepping down under pressure that he can't deal with an ongoing sex scandal. this is not the pedophile priest, church sex abuse scandal. it's an alleged gay priest ring in rome in which priests are being blackmailed by certain members of the secular community and that this is just too much for the pope to bear. supposedly three cardinals who were running an investigation into the leaked scandal when the pope's butler was accused of releasing documents to the press. they were running a tandem investigation and allegedly found these improprieties inside the vatican. >> do these rumors have any weight at all? i understand the newspapers are not naming the sources. >> no, the newspapers are not naming the sources. but in a city like rome, you're dealing with the vatican, these experts who deal with this very complicated beat -- i don't think anyone doubts that there's something to this. we do know that the three cardinals we
president obama's re-election. and it looks like electoral chaos in italy. nobody better to tell us than sima. >> the dow jones industrial went from hitting a five-year high to a one-month low all in the same day. looks walk through this volatile day. we started out with a rally on wall street. strong earnings from lows initially providing a nice left to equities, but then results from the italian election started to trickle in, showing no clear winner. further points returning to results that would be inconclusive, which means italians would potentially have to vote again. u.s. ten-year yield moving lower as investors looked for safety in wake of the italian election. the fear index saw its biggest daily gain in over a year, indicating that fear is back in the game. the dow jones industrial ending the day with a triple-digit loss. clearly this italian election is testing investor sentiment, indicating that not only is the eurozone debt crisis not behind us, but it might take longer than expected to resolve the longer the italian election takes, the longer the push for reform and austeri
for the second and final day of voting. michelle caruso cabrera joins us now from the best place in the world, rome, italy. >> it is the best place in the world. it's rainey today, and yet i wouldn't want to be anywhere else. 2 1/2 hours to go until italians have to stop voting. the polls close at 3:00 local time. that's 9:00 a.m. east coast local time. we'll start getting early exit polls. it's really confusing. the first numbers will be difficult. we have with us today amato gerardi. he's an american, he lives in philadelphia, but he's a member of the italian parliament because the italian parliament has representatives from all over the world who represent people of italian desent living overseas. you are on the berlusconi ticket. >> yes. >> you know berlusconi actually quite well. he could possibly win in this election. looks like he may come in second. can you explain the phenomenon of berlusconi to americans? we find it quite amazing that somewhere who had so much trouble with the laup law, yet italians have put him into power three times. >> if he wins, this will be the fourth comeback
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